Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Playing the old classics on a newer PC is sometimes a pain.

I was trying to play Discworld (An Adventure point and click game based on the work of Terry Pratchett) on my new computer.

It's a friggen PAIN.

When I finally got the thing installed and working the voices were all screwed up. The music was fine but the voices were all messed up (a real blow since the voice acting was really funny in some spots)

Luckily I used a program called VDMSound which emulates the sound drivers of older PC games!

Now Discworld works perfectly! Sweet.

(and no I don't have the CDI version. I don't even have a CDI. That would be sweet though.)

1 comment:

gnome said...

Discworld: the only adventure featuring an inventory the size of China and proper British humour!